The Aluminum Association Responds to Reopened Midterm Review on Light-Duty Vehicle Fuel Economy and Co2 Emissions

ARLINGTON, VA -- The Aluminum Association looks forward to working with President Trump and his administration on the review of light-duty vehicle fuel economy and emissions regulations for model years 2022-2025. Aluminum is the second-most used material in vehicles today and a key technology for automakers looking to continue to improve vehicle fuel economy safely and affordably. 

Aluminum Association Applauds Comments on Overcapacity from Department of Commerce Secretary Nominee Wilbur Ross

The Aluminum Association commended remarks today by Secretary of Commerce nominee Wilbur Ross on the continued impact of Chinese overcapacity on the domestic steel and aluminum industries.

Modern Metal Brief | November 2016

Chairman to Knoxville News Sentinel: Unfair Chinese Practices Put U.S. Aluminum Jobs at Risk | Association Welcomes Three New Member Companies 

Aluminum Association Commends US & China Commitment to Address Aluminum Overcapacity

The Aluminum Association expressed appreciation for the United States and Chinese Governments’ joint commitment to address aluminum overcapacity during their bilateral meeting on the margins of the recent G-20 meeting in Hangzhou, China.

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Manufacturers for Trade Enforcement Applauds U.S. Government’s Principled Stand on Chinese Market Economy Status

Washington, DC, - The Manufacturers for Trade Enforcement, a coalition representing more than one million workers in the aluminum, steel, chemical, textile and other manufacturing industries, supports the U.S. government in its contention that China continues to operate as a non-market economy.  According to multiple news reports, U.S. trade officials stated during a recent World Trade Organization (WTO) meeting that China will not be automatically granted market economy status (MES) later this year.

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